According to Olivia Miller, if she’s not actively fighting racism, she feels complicit in the problem.
At 7, Zach Latta took apart his parents’ computer and put it back together. At 12, Latta was part of team that developed an online video game with 10,000 users.
In 1895, a group of 50 families and 17 hired stone masons built a Catholic church in Shelburne. The groundbreaking was Aug. 19, 1895. Just four months later the first mass was held in the new church on Dec. 19.
For about nine years, until last March when the pandemic shutdown in-school instruction, Essex, New York, town supervisor Ken Hughes’ children used the ferry to get to Lake Champlain Waldorf School.
After two years, a taskforce investigating murder allegations at the long-shuttered Saint Joseph’s Orphanage in Burlington determined that children were likely physically, sexually and emotion…
Rep. Peter Welch, a Democrat, was with colleagues in the House Chamber at the country’s capitol Wednesday when protestors stormed the building.
This was a tough year, there’s no denying it. But in Shelburne, it offered a chance for the community to come together, to do some good work and have some difficult conversations.
As my second year with Shelburne News and the other weekly newspapers of the Vermont Community Newspaper Group comes to an end, it’s safe to say this has been my strangest year in journalism.
About 70 people attended via Zoom the latest installment of the continuing saga of the effort to build two ham radio towers that, if allowed, would be taller than Shelburne regulations allow.
Snowy owls in Morristown and Shelburne have humans turning their heads. The normally nocturnal birds are having their time in the limelight, especially the one in Shelburne, which has become s…
After decades of silence from a bell that doesn’t ring, and decades with the clock stuck at 3:05, it’s looking like Shelburne will soon have a clock tower that both chimes and keeps time.